The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 12
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Published % the Upp«r fas Molntft Publishing to., Aigona, towe / .t-y •••t^'i''- _-,' »v •,%,-' ,/" •%*- i 4-Algona (la.) Upper Oe$ Moine* Thursday, Sept. 3, 1959 On/y an Efeetr/e Water Hester £as such LO NO -LIFE . . Electric Water Heaters • Quick recovery; strict temperature control; no overheating; ail mean savings. • IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY A t O ur -ID wit|Pci inf Heac/q uar f ers Compare with any $6.50 point FENTON. IOWA Cel free expert in/vice on any point Jufc/ecf of your OUR OWN HARDUIARE STORE FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL " DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. fH£ 'FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and QfHl EQUIPMENT Bg», Phone 3 R* s . Phone 60 HANTELMAN SERVICE Dr. E, W, Ruske . DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence, 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE & Tro«ter Repair* FiNTON, IA. Fenton Folks In Farewell Picnic Sunday FeriiOn — Relatives and friends met for a farewell picnic at Lost Island State park, Sunday for Mr and Mrs Gerald Olsen and David and Debra. They left Monday for their home in San Bernardino, -Calif, after spending the past 3 weeks visiting relatives and friends. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Edwin Juhl and son Ernie, Mr and Mrs Clarence Juhl, Mr and Mrs Arvid Juhl and family, Mr and Mrs Clark Severson, Mr and Mrs Harvey Mathies and family, all of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Vernon Brown, Mr and Mr.s Mokey Twaito of Wallingford, Mr and Mrs Lief Rierson, Ole and Henry Bratrud of Groetting- er, Mr and Mrs Everett Zitler- rich and family of Terri, Mrs Katie Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Larson osf Mallard. Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud and daughters of Ringslcd Mr and Mrs Allen Bratrud and sons, Jackson, Minn., Mrs Swede Kalvig and Dennis, Kanawha Virginia Berkeland, Seattle, Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and family, St. Paul, Rev. and 'Mrs Ronald Severson, Wall Lake. Mi and Mrs Bertil Berkland ana Mi and Mrs Curtis Olsen of Fenton Gerald is the son of Mr an Mrs Cutitis, Olsen. He will be starting his 3rd year of teaching vocal music at the Golden Valley School at San Bernardino, Cal Mrs Olsen is to teach at tht Lutheran Day school in San Bernardino; Cal., which David and Debra attend. Mrs Harry Ritchard and daugh ter Mrs Betty Yates of Mallard were Friday visitors in the Everett Dreyer and Paul Eigler homes. >.'-.'" . ,Mr and Mrs Kenneth 'Halver son and Mr -and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Dennis attended a fam ily reunion at West Bend, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herbert Peter and son- Bradford, who have recently moved from Richmond, Va. to Steward, Neb. have been recent visitors of Mrs, Anna Meyer and 'Elsie Meyer. , • Mr and Mrs Si-g Olsen,., t<?4& and Karen of'Walla Walla, Wa'snT- have been recent visitors with local relatives and friends. Tihey have visited Mr Olsen's brother, Curtis and have now gone to Waterloo to visit Mrs Olsen's mother, Mrs Carrie Jensen who is recuperating at the home qf her son, the Maurice Jensens. Mr and Mrs E. H. Dreyer have* returned home from a ten day vocation trip, which included, Kansas City, Yellowstone National Park and-the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David visited with the Gerhard Vorland family in. St. Paul, Thursday and Friday of this past week. Saturday evening guests in tho Franklin Mueller home in honor of Franklin's birthday anniversary were William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Art Mueller. Miss Virginia Berkeland R.N. of Seattle, Wash, is visiting in the parental B. G. Berk'eland home. She was mot in St. Paul Tuesday by the Bob Berkeland family and together they met the Bertel Berkelands at Mankato for a picnic dinner. Other guests in the Bertel Berkeland home' this weekend have been the Swede Kalvigs of Kanawha and the Bob Berkelands of St. Paul. Mrs Mary Hayenga was a Saturday dinner guests in the Frank McFall home. Mr and Mrs John Baerman and family of Hantoul, 111. Mrs Gertrude Herbner and Hulda Baer-> man 'of Palmer, la,, were Wed- lesday evening visitors in tho d Bruhn home and with other ocal relatives. i Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Vlargo Rusch were Sunday guests n the home of Mr and Mrs Chet Swear-ingon at -Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ralph Gilbaugh of Oklahoma City, Mrs Roy Gil- jaugh and Mrs Merle Gilbaugh of Graettinger were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the -'Kenneth Halverson home. Fenton Girl is Successful In Pathology Tests Seneca — Lola Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer of Fenton and a graduate erf St. John's high school, Bancroft and Brair Cliff College, Sioux City, has been notWied that she has successfully completed 'the examination of the Registry of medical Technologists of the American Association of Clinical Pathologists. Miss Meyer is now employed as a registered medical technologist at DePaul hospital in Cheyenne, Wyo. She accepted this position after having completed a twelve-month internship at the Franciscan Sister's Xavier Hospital, in Dubuque. With the completion' of her registry examination, Mrs Meyer was granted a degree of Bachelor of Science in medical technology from Brair Cliff College. Dr. and Mrs El W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske 'were Wednesday supper guests in the Paul Eigler.home. » Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe and Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt were Sunday dinnei guests in the Frank Dreyer homo at Bunt.- .The occasion -was in honcft 1 o<f Joan's bMhidayv Miss Margaret Dorweiler, former Fenton principal for 14 years, was a caller in the Webber Yager home. Mass Dorweiler taught in Fenton from 1904 to 1918. Mrs Roy Valentine, Leslie and Christie are spending this week in the parental John Gramenz home. Mr Valentine will be here for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Donald Root, Dick and Ervin spent Thursday and Friday in Minneapolis .where Dick enrolled in Dunwoody Technical school, They also visited •the Zoo and Conservatory in St. Paul. " ;• -. Mr and Mrs Charles Hannon. Leora and Danny of Long Beach, Calif, were Saturday visitors in the William Hantelman 'home. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Sioebsr and Wayne and Mr and Mrs :Ray Stoeber, enjoyed a weekend of camping at Marble Beach' at Spirit Lake. Joining them for a picnic dinner Sunday were Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassett and Timmy of Spirit Lake, Mr andiMni Oliver Stoeber and Susan rand •Mr and Mrs Ervin Kassulke; and • family^ -';""• >.\,'-% ..• .-.'-" •', v fta,; ! H Mr and:'' Mrs'i Kaye Ruske of Iowa City visited Wedn^sda'y through Sunday in the parental 'Paul Eigler and Dr..E. W. Ruske homes. They had spent the'past 10 days on North Shore Drive, and in Canada. Mr and Mrj> Ward Ruske of LaGrange, 111. arrived Sunday tor a visit in tho FENTON parental Dr. Ruske home. . < Kathy Newel of Sioux Center has been a; re,c'ent visitor in the Arnold Hansen home. Last Wed-. nesday, Mrs Hansen, Randa! and Roger took her home and visited in the:'Newel home until Thursday. •-.--•.. ..';"-.".'•' Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt of /Lone Rock and Mr andvMra Franklin Mueller enjoyed r a;;four day vacation together .from 'Friday through Monday. They went to Minneapolis where they saw Cinerama and then drove to ; the Wisconsin Dells. ,; • Mr and Mrs Morris >. Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan were Sunday guests in the Erving Davidson home at Charles City. •; Mrs William Hantelman, Susan, Mary and Becky spent Wednesday and Thursday of this past week in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. Miss Edna Hanielman of Dubuque arrived Thursday for a week's visit with Fenton relatives and friends. She is a house guest of the Ed Bruhns. Pete Saxton was the lucky. winner at the Friday nite drawing in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Sloeber and Wayne and Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Raymond Sto&ber horns. Boys recently attending n week at the Prairie Gold Boy Scout Camp *al Okotooji were Marlin and Roger Steinberger, Wayne Stoeber and Douglas Geitzenauer. Wednesday evening of that week Mrs Steirtberger and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer attended a program. • Mr and Mrs Clayton-Diisworth and family were Sunday dinner guests in the A. T. Heiter home at Rolfe. Mr and Mrs Forrest Hannifan and Barbara of Toledo were weekend guests in the E. K Johnson home. Enjoying a picnic dinner in the Fenton Park Sunday were Mr and Mrs Hannifan and Barbara, Mr and Mrs E K. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mra Calvin Vaudt.and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr anc Mrs Marlin Wegener and family Mrs Kate Wegener of Algona anr Mr and Mrs Charles Feye ant family. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son were Sunday visitors in tho Omeal Nelson home at Hum boldt. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Void"in Lake Mills. Linda Mueller is a guest in the Norman Finnestad home. Mr and Mrs Rex Wolf wero Sunday,dinner guests in the Jack Tiemeh-home at Burt. Dr. and Mrs J. R. Waite ai- tended the wedding of Miss Margo 'Dallam of Cylinder to Mike Glasnap in Ringsted Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite 'Spent Sunday in Mason City where Mrs Waite received her diploma as a member of the graduating dlass at Hamilton Business College. ' Mr and Mrs Morris 'Mitchell are visiting in the home of -Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Badger, Minn, and at the home of Rev. and Mrs Dale Mitchell and family of Sarles, N. D. John Carroll of Estherville and TVIrs Levon :Steiniberger, Marlin and Roger spent the weekend visiting in the Jim Carroll home in Lincoln, Neb. Enroute they visited with Mrs Steinberger's brother and family the Robert Asklands in Sioux City. • Mr and Mrs Win. Hanielman and family returned home Sun-- day'from a 10-day vacation : trip ,in Wyoming and Colorado. ~~~~ CARD OF THANKS We wish tb express grateful;appreciation to all the friends" for the kind and thoughtful things done during the time of our mother's illness and death. Anna, Weisbrod family. .35* Mr and Mrs donald Hildrtfh and family of Des Moines' &ii4 Vfr and Mrs John Hildfeth arid family of Notwalk* were weekend guests in the Homer Matthie* sen home. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt and Mr and M,fs Benvood Voigt andi family 1 of Swea City were Sunday visitors in - the Arlo Voigt home at Grove City,, Minft, ; Sunday evening dinner gtiests in the Albert- Schwarzenbach home were Mr and Mrs Frank Eisle, Bab and Paul of Whltte- more, Mrs Sarah Schwarzenbaoh, Mr and Mrs Bill Schwarzen&ach, Karen Schwarzerfbach of Afgona and Edwin Kraipp of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs Heiko Addams at Buffalo Center. guesis in Inte ffed" home Sunday to ^e Lynn and Sheila Kae Void Of ake Mills Visited with iWelf ifan4parents, Mr And Mts S. •&' Sit aley Friday to Tuesdaf. • -; ' Bescendants 6l the laie Will- iarft Dau held a family reunidn at Garner Sunday. Among 'those- from this vicinity attending were Mr and Mrs A. 'J. KraUs'e, -Mrs 'William Dreyer, Mr . and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, and Mrs Larry Alt. a-t Algeria la we&k ago Monday gtiests at the frank SAimise home Attg. 24 c ^rere the Don Srnousfes of Cooft R&pids find the ChafleS Smouses and tihildfen of Scrantoft. The Lloyd fiatttette of'Titotika Visited Sunday afternoon at the Andrew, Hanson home. PHONE CY 4-333$ - YOUR NEWSPAPER Fenton News Jacobsen Reunion * The Jacobsen family reunion was held Sunday, Aug. 30, in the Fenton park. Among those attending were Reuben Berkland, Lyndon and Eldoh, Mr .and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr and 'Mrs Ted Nelson, Mr and Mrs John' Nelson, Walter Weltzin, Mr and Mrs 'Harry Barkve, Mr and Mrs ;Eldon Rhoades, Mrs Melvin Egland, Tom Egland, 'Mr and ,Mrs Joe Jaco'bsen, Mr and Mrs Joe- Kay and family, ' Mr atjd Mi's Elmer Randa afid family, Mr and Mrs Percy Randa and .family,, Mr and Mrs Ervin Berkland arid family, Mr and Mrs Julian Cherland and family, Mr and Mrs Marlow Anderson and family, Mr and 'Mrs Lloyd Strand and family, Mr and -Mrs Selmer Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Ge'Orge T'Waitt and : £amily and Mr",and Mrs Harry Barkve Jr. and family. Ohm, Reunion Sixty-five were present at--the Ohm family reunion held in -the Fenton comm unity center Sunday, .Aug.,30. . , Mrs 'Robert Johansen and children of' Minneap6lis . and Mr>t Howard ,'Rabey and children of Cedar Falls have Ibeen visiting with their. mdtheri Mrs E. J, Frank. - , Mr and Mrs Russell Geronsin alia family of Clinton and Mr and Mrs 'Emil Pape of Moline, 111. MR. FARMER! '". Be Our Guest! i - i-"* • * - .' You Are Cordially Invited To A CATTLE And MEETING... at the PLANTATION BALLROOM I SEPT. 14 There Will Be Movies On Cattle And .Sheep And A Good Informative, Impartial Talk On Raw Ingredients, 'Vitamins and Minerals, Roughage And Other Problems By Dick "Rich ardson, Cattle Service iCo. & Sheep speed Division, Farmers Elevator LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Fenton Co Fenton, Iowa Curlis Lura.i'.Mgr. . ' > .'($5-36) \ r THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa ; > Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors ! Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour x Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phon* FENTOi* 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 EFFECTIVE SEPT. 7 THE THREE WILL COOPERATE IN BEING , t ALTERNATELY OPEN On Monday,^ Tuesday and Wednesday •' ./, f . • • Evenings ; There Will Be One Of The Three Listed Below Open ' , On.; Each'Of These Evenings For Your Convenience. ; ON OTHER EVENINGS OF THE WEEK OUR STATIONS WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL Charlie's D-X Krause "66" Hansen's Standard FENTON IS A GOOD PLACE TO GET YOUR GAS, OIL, TIRES and BATTERIES Fenton Teacher Goes To Clarinda Fenton — The Ronald Beard- slcy family moved Thursday from Fenton to Clarinda. Teacher of the Missouri synod day school here this past, year, Beard*. sley has accepted a call to a parochial school in Clarinda. A farewell party for the BearsdJeys was held last week in the basement of St. John's church here NOTIGE! Lael's Beauty Shop In fenton Will Be Closed For Vacation From Sept. 22 Until Oct. 13 And Will Reopen Oct. 13. DON'T SPARE THE HORSES!!!! IT WILL REWARD YOU IN QUALITY AND PRICE TO VISIT Peterson INRENHafl & Living Room Furniture ^M&F ' x "The B^st'For . '

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